The PR Wallis have successfully completed their last game in the main round of the volleyball Bundesliga. At the Berlin-Brandenburg derby at Netjoppers KW-Bestenci, coach Cedric Enrod’s team won 3-1 on Saturday (31:29, 25:22, 21:25, 25:11). The Berliners unexpectedly had big problems with the ambitious opponent for a long time. Winner’s Best Player Middle Blocker Anton Prem.
A setter was missing from both teams. Netjoppers had to do without Byron Keturokis (back pain problems), as they had been for several weeks, and P.R. Wallis did not have a second setter Pierre Pujol (knee problems).
The first round was exciting. With a good guess and excellent services, Netshoppers were already in the lead at 22:17. But the Wallis were quiet, benefiting when Serge Crankin equalized in 22:22 when working on an opponent’s line-up error. The hosts then failed to use three sets of balls, ending the fourth set of balls with 31:29.
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The Brandenburgs were the undisputed enemy of the favorite from Berlin. The team, led by coach Christophe Acht, managed better in the second round of defeat. In the third set, Netjopers took the lead with a time of 16:12 at the end of the second technical time, which did not drop.
But the hosts were unable to maintain their position. Due to the continued services of American Benjamin Patch, the Berliners quickly defeated 10: 3 in the final. It was at this point that they showed the superiority expected of them from the beginning. (dpa)